This post contains affiliate links. “As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.”
The Glamor Boys have gone four league games without a win since beating TTM 3-0 and are ninth in the table with 18 points from 16 games.
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande says a recent streak of poor results is out of the question for the Soweto giants.
Heading into Saturday afternoon’s league game against SuperSport United at FNB Stadium, Amakhosi has lost its last three games: against AmaZulu, Richards Bay (last 32 in the Nedbank Cup) and Orlando Pirates.
Losing three games in a row is not a pleasant thing, especially when you’re at Kaizer Chiefs. We need to work to change our fortunes as a matter of urgency, “the veteran tough man told his club. website.
“We are not known to lose three games in a row,” he added, “it’s a tough pill to swallow. At the end of the day, tomorrow we can turn things around by preparing properly for the match against SuperSport. We can’t wait to turn the corner.”
SuperSport has its own ambitions and came within five points of league leader Mamelodi Sundowns after beating Cape Town 2-1 last week.
Matsatsantsa beat the Chiefs 2-1 in the league’s first round match in December last year, and won by the same score when the teams met in the second round of the 2019/20 season.
Before that, there were two 1-1 draws and one must go back to December 2018 for Amakhosi’s latest win over the Pretoria team, a 1-0 win. Bradley Grobler has scored in his last three games against the Soweto side.
“The SuperSports are tough opponents,” Katsande admitted. “It’s about who wants it the most. We know it is going to be difficult. We are going to apply ourselves and put our game plan into practice. The good thing is that we are home.
“We need to get the victory because it is our last game before kicking off the group stage of the Champions League. [against Guinea champions Horoya at the FNB Stadium next Tuesday evening]. “
“We entered the game with positive vibes and a positive mindset. But we have to face it as professionals, and we have to defend our insignia, ”added the Zimbabwean international.